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If you are not familiar with raclette, I thought I'd provide with the official definition:
I first heard of and enjoyed raclette while on a trip to France with my brother and my mom. We ventured off the beaten path in Lyon to a raclette restaurant and our jaws dropped when we walked in and saw a giant wheel of cheese under a heater. Definitely one of the highlights of the trip!
The server brought the entire block of cheese over to our table and "racler" or scrapes the melted cheese onto our plates. It's traditionally served with roasted potatoes, cured meats, cornichons, and white onions.
I thought I'd also provide you with a few "Miss Menu" definitions:
Raclette / Holy shit, melted cheese for dinner!
The server was fantastic...so friendly, so helpful in explaining the different menu options, and so knowledgeable about the different types of cheeses they have available.
3 - Fun dining experience